Tokyo sure is a hell of a city. Too big and intricate to possibly be captured in a couple of pictures. If you’re a sucker for google’s street view and thought that its App for the Wii U was some of the better ideas that went into the system, then you will simply love what Jeffery Martin did. The founder of 360cities.net captured Japan’s capital in 10,000 pictures, in glorious HD and all the zooming and scrolling goodness you could hope for. Fun fact: If you would print the “picture” it would scale 328 feet wide and 124 feet tall.
It took Martin over 6 hours on one of the lower observation decks on the Tokyo Tower, to capture all these pictures for the this panorama view of Tokyo. And for the tech-savvy of us, he made sure to tell us what gear he used for this:
A Canon 7D DSLR with a 400mm f5.6L lens attached to a Clauss Rodeon VR Head ST robotic panorama head. Now everything makes sense, right.